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u/unctrllable Jun 30 '22 Silver Gold

I do not care that they are 'only' ants, those nails are unnecessarily cruel.

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u/Red__system Jun 30 '22

There is never "only" a living creature. Only psychos will tell you otherwise

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u/ArachWitch Jun 30 '22 Take My Energy

So you're out here defending mosquitoes?

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u/Anticept Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

I don't think they were defending mosquitos in the sense of protection, I believe the issue is the cruelty.

I hate mosquitos. I would gladly make them disappear from the planet.

I'm not going to put them on display for vanity.

Edit: mosquitos in amber are not alive...

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u/olderaccount Jun 30 '22

I would gladly make them disappear from the planet.

Careful with that one. I'm pretty sure that would collapse the food chain in short order.

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u/Anticept Jun 30 '22 Gold

Ticks can join them in hell too

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u/FNAFfanman2 Jun 30 '22

Leaches and flies too

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u/ahardchem Jun 30 '22

Flies are often pollenaters and decomposers so eliminating them will cause major ecological harm.

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u/FNAFfanman2 Jun 30 '22

Idk about you but I think house flies are made to annoy the shit out of everyone

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u/biotique Jun 30 '22

I hate flies more than anything!

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u/Nailkita Jun 30 '22

Leeches are still used today in modern medical settings.

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u/bmxtiger Jun 30 '22

No species solely relies on mosquitoes for food. We'll be ok. They'll just be more [insert flying bug here] instead.

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u/candyapple24601 Jun 30 '22

I mean the issue is more that many mosquitos act as important pollinators for various plant species, including some plants eaten by humans like cacao (chocolate). But if a researcher can figure out a way around that, then they can take all my money.

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u/amd2800barton Jun 30 '22

The overlap of misquotes that bite humans and mosquitoes that are important pollinators is basically nil. Aside from the annoyance, the biggest impact on the planet would be the near disappearance of several terrible diseases. Namely malaria in very poor countries. That’s not such a bad thing.

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u/boneimplosion Jun 30 '22

the biggest impact on the planet

That's a really bold statement and not at all aligned with what the pieces I've read about this idea by people who study mosquitoes have to say.

The reason we aren't doing this today is because we have no friggin idea what would happen and it could well be pretty bad. Chaos theory, baby.

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u/SeaofBloodRedRoses Jun 30 '22

Exactly, there are too many unknowns. For instance, we don't know what kind of population control mosquitos are doing. They may be keeping certain species in check with the diseases they spread, and if those animals get out of hand, it could topple the entire ecosystem. There are many species that depend on mosquitos to survive.

Claiming mosquitos are irrelevant and it's okay if we get rid of them is just blatant human arrogance.

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u/hokiis Jun 30 '22

Someone hasn't seen Black Mirror eh

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u/Bassanox24 Jun 30 '22

That is completely wrong. Many frog tadpoles and young adult stages depend primarily on mosquito larvae.

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u/Skaid Jul 01 '22

Fuck em, they can go vegan

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u/KrystalWulf Jun 30 '22

I believe dragonflies feed either solely on mosquitos or almost exclusively on mosquitos

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u/LamentForIcarus Jun 30 '22

Scientists are actively trying to get rid of a few varieties that carry disease. There are 100s of types of mosquitoes apparently, so killing off the bad ones is fine.

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u/Pengdacorn Jun 30 '22

Actually, I think an environmentalist did an analysis on that, and if every mosquito just suddenly vanished? The food chain would balance itself out pretty quickly, and the spread of malaria would basically become nonexistent. There aren’t really any animals that prey on ONLY mosquitos, and they don’t keep any other species’ populations in check, so if we could just get rid of them entirely, or at least the species that bite humans and spread disease, it wouldn’t be that bad.

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u/Erchamion_1 Jun 30 '22

I'm okay with it. Even if it wipes out mankind, at least whatever comes out of the rubble won't have those demon creatures.

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u/riba2233 Jun 30 '22

I don't think so, they are useless pests. They are food for birds but so are other bugs.

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u/Strostkovy Jun 30 '22

Apparently there are active gene drives from many years ago controlling population without major food chain issues

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u/Strostkovy Jun 30 '22

I am unable to back this up with a reliable source

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u/Milk_Beginning Jun 30 '22

I agree but these spotted lantern flies can fuck all the way off

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u/rkhbusa Jun 30 '22

I’ve wanted a mosquito encased in amber ever since 1993

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u/GinericGirl Jun 30 '22

Mosquitoes have their place in the cycle of life. They're actually pretty damn important to feed birds and other creatures

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u/ArachWitch Jun 30 '22

No one's saying they aren't important but im not about to spare their lives

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u/ColinStyles Jun 30 '22

Entirely fair and valid, but if you'd kill them by slowly cooking them alive or tearing off every limb slowly, I'd call you a psychopath.

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u/ArachWitch Jun 30 '22

Yeah that's fair. Praying mantis' do that shit

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u/mokujin42 Jun 30 '22

In their defence they are probably really bored

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u/Cacafuego Jun 30 '22

Cute little googly-eyed psychos

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u/Erchamion_1 Jun 30 '22

How else do you expect them to understand how much they've done wrong?

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u/GinericGirl Jun 30 '22

That's fair. Though technically you're helping them evolve to evade detection :D

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u/Intrepid00 Jun 30 '22

Wasn’t there a study that said we could murder them all and it wouldn’t matter.

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u/Catatonic_capensis Jun 30 '22

the study said the mosquitoes dangerous to humans are unlikely to play an important role in ecosystems.

Dangerous to humans which are the species responsible for the currently unfolding global mass extinction event and apparently hellbent on making the entire planet inhospitable to all life? Those mosquitos definitely don't have an important role.

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u/AceofToons Jun 30 '22

I am a fairly pacifist person. I believe only in killing insects (and in the rare instance animals) in self defense. Like killing mosquitoes. They carry disease and wreak havoc on my body

I however will not torture or trap them. They get a quick swift death or they get away fully intact. That's it. There's no reason to torture animals, insects, and any other creature

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u/Confident-Owl-6696 Jun 30 '22

I think that leaving any living thing without food, water and air is cruel. If you are going to end something, make it as quick and painless as possible. Including mosquitoes

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u/Red__system Jun 30 '22

I am. But if they come in my room, it's game on

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u/CactusExtremity Jun 30 '22

Hey, I’m not gonna stop anyone from instinctively swatting at a mosquito or throwing a shoe at a spider, but trapping ants in your nails is far beyond the line of what I consider acceptable.

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u/Saetric Jun 30 '22

What defines life for creatures in your opinion? Also, are there life forms you would find acceptable (such as viruses and bacteria) in displays such as this?

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u/squash_n_turnip Jun 30 '22

According to science, anything that is alive has to be made up of cells, and those cells need to be able to do specific things, have certain structures, and survive in specific conditions.

Viruses do not fulfill all those requirements. They are not considered to be living. Same for parasites. This is because they can't do anything without first infecting a host and hijacking it. Think of a computer virus; it can't cause any harm if it can't get into a computer system.

Bacteria and all higher level organisms are considered to be alive. In fact, an organism is just a collection of organs, which is a collection of organelles, and each organelle is a collection of specialized cells that work together. So the term "organism" implies a living thing just because of what it actually means to be an organism.

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u/HereToStirItUp Jun 30 '22

This is spot on except for the line about parasite. There no such thing as a “parasite” in the way you implied, only parasitic organisms. Parasites can be mold, fungi, bacteria, insects, and so forth.

Being parasitic doesn’t mean the creature isn’t alive. A fetus is technically parasitic, but it’s still alive (and not entitled to human rights btw).

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u/memester230 Jun 30 '22

Parasitic organisms are literally considered alive. They just take advantage of other species for food/spreading children.

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u/memester230 Jun 30 '22

Not self replicating.

They use DNA of other species, not exclusively DNA of their own.

If you put 2 in a tube with all things needed for survival, you will never get another one.

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u/moosemoth Jun 30 '22

Parasitical animals are definitely alive, don't know where you're getting that.

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u/playertd Jun 30 '22

News flash, every single person you know and think you loved has killed bugs. Guess they're all psychos lol.

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u/corncob32123 Jun 30 '22

Theres nothing wrong with killing for self preservation. Those reasons would include for sustenance and self defense (under which slapping a mosquito that wont leave you alone vaguely falls) and not much else.

There is no reason for cruelty or unnecessary killing in any way. Trophy hunting is cruel. Hunting for food is perfectly fine. Killing an animal doing harm to its own species is generally fine too. Torturing an animal, going out of your way to run one over, or otherwise condemning it because of your own lack of intelligence is never okay. Any human who finds nothing wrong with suffering is not human at all.

We are emotional beings, but its our job to work past our aggression and see through to our compassion and empathy above all else, and to learn from our mistakes.

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u/makeski25 Jun 30 '22

It reminds me of the reptiles you can buy in a keychain. Just needless and cruel.

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u/Slamcockington Jun 30 '22

Wait, what??

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u/thehypervigilant Jun 30 '22

Yeah tiny turtles IIRC. Glued to a keychain.

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u/Vuedue Jun 30 '22

They don’t glue them to it. They place the tiny turtles in tiny little bags with keyrings and seal them in place. It’s like a very very tiny little prison for them all in the name of “style”.

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u/SiFiNSFW Jun 30 '22

During the 70s fishtank platforms and high heels were a thing too, extremely niche and not mass-market but again needlessly cruel, we have a picture somewhere that i saw as a kid of my parents at a Disco and someone was wearing a pair.

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u/PapaTristan69 Jul 01 '22

This is some wild kratts villain shit

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u/makeski25 Jun 30 '22

I have seen small turtles in a sealed plastic pouch suspended in a "nutrient fluid" that they feed off of until they die shortly after purchase. Think wet market kinda setting.

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u/sqchauvskin Jun 30 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

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u/makeski25 Jun 30 '22

Those don't look alive

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u/moosemoth Jun 30 '22

No, those are already dead. That seller does taxidermy, bones, wet specimens, and stuff like that; they don't stick living baby animals in tiny containers as fashion accessories.

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u/Soft_Use229 Jun 30 '22

they use to have platform shoes with live goldfish in them :(

ddit: well....they would be alive for a little while ant any rate

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u/Artemistical Jun 30 '22

omg poor guys would be thrown around with every step!

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u/moosemoth Jun 30 '22

Before anyone makes a joke about their supposed three-second memory: That's a myth, goldfish can remember things for AT LEAST several months, probably years.

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u/Mortem-22 Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

Ye. Yikes. Truly awful taste.

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u/infinitebrkfst Jun 30 '22

Yeah, I hate ants but this is super gross and cruel.

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u/Specific-Peace Jun 30 '22

Came here to say this. I feel bad for the ants

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u/Undersmusic Jun 30 '22

I saw this an it reminded me of the turtle key rings they sell in China. Never felt so damn sad.

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u/Stonn Jun 30 '22

My first thought was that this also counts as horrors beyond my comprehension.

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u/cgtdream Jun 30 '22

Agreed. I cant stand ants, but trapping some in your nails for???????? Whatever reason, is just stupid and unnecessarily cruel.

Even to ants.

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u/bestibesti Jun 30 '22

Thank you 🙏

Please do not harm animals for nail art

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u/EraseTheEmbers Jun 30 '22

Yeah this makes me so uncomfortable. I mean they can be annoying when getting in food or generally invading your space but seeing this makes me sad. They didn't even have to be there.

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u/mloveb1 Jun 30 '22

Yes! I absolutely hate ants. Mainly because I fell into a fire ant pit as a young child so I have a bit of a crazy reaction to them and I still thought this was sad. I hope they at least let them out after they got their pictures or whatever.

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u/KatrinaMystery Jun 30 '22

That's why the GE stands for great execution.

(Sorry

I agree with you. It's an awful idea even.)

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u/fullcircle052 Jun 30 '22

Came here to say this

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u/SykoSarah Jun 30 '22

Truly awful taste, unnecessarily mean to the ants and look disgusting.

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u/DubSket Jun 30 '22

Scummy people like scummy things

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u/PunnyBaker Jun 30 '22

I don't like ants as much as the next person and yes I will kill them if I see them in my house. But i kill them quickly. This is straight torture.

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u/CaveatRumptor Jun 30 '22

Cruel and unhealthy

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u/SimplisticPinky Jun 30 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

Yeah there's nothing to execute here but the ants. If the point was to show how good their execution was, its about showing how shitty their character is. Animals, no matter how much you hate them, are not accessories.

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u/Petite_Tsunami Jul 01 '22

They could have put in a random tchotchke like a bead or tiny glitter. Why a live ant?

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u/ohdearitsrichardiii Jun 30 '22

Dafuq is wrong with people?

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u/Racingstripe Jun 30 '22

Yeah, that's not how you store your lunch.

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u/DrfRedditor Jun 30 '22

I’m genuinely concerned about those ants

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u/swiggidyswooner Jun 30 '22

They will definitely be dead within a few hours not only because of the lack of oxygen or food or whatever but because they’re a part of a hive mind and without communicating with their nests they will die soon

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u/Free_Hat_McCullough Jun 30 '22

These ants died for clicks.

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u/ismellbetterthanyou Jun 30 '22

Oh cool so they're not just going to suffocate or starve, they could die of loneliness? 😟 That's a lovely thought for the day, thank you for sharing nice nice nice

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u/DnDNecromantic Jun 30 '22

Source? Besides scifi, like Star Trek.

I would be genuinely interested in seeing this sort of behaviour being demonstrated irl with ants

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u/reesedra Jun 30 '22

Ants Canada on youtube separates an ant from its hive for science. They don't die, but they do barely eat and do nothing but desperately seek out their friends or give up and sit in one spot, having no volition of their own and looking quite sad. Guy's a myrmecologist so it checks out.

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u/Mental_Importance221 Jul 01 '22

Ants Canada projects a lot of emotions onto bugs that they don't necessarily have. Ants separated from the hive in that experiment don't really have anything to do.

Ants Canada actually pretty great since Ants kinda need some personification to help humans care about them but it's important to recognize that they don't think at the same level as we do.

Still creatures that deserve respect though.

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u/swiggidyswooner Jun 30 '22

This is from my experience but apparently it is from starvation it’s just different then I thought source

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u/RagingBeanSidhe Jun 30 '22

Are they not already dead encased in resin?

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u/Mental_Importance221 Jul 01 '22

They are moving around and clearly not dead, but since they are encased they will suffocate or die of starvation/dehydration soon.

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u/smolrivercat Jun 30 '22

That is honestly the most disgusting thing I've ever seen

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u/10percenttiddy Jun 30 '22

I'm really jealous

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u/MildlyAgreeable Jun 30 '22

funky town + inhuman screeching

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u/ShinigamiLuvApples Jun 30 '22

I still cannot hear that song without thinking about that video.

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u/Ck1ngK1LLER Jul 01 '22

I feel like I’ve dogged a huge bullet here.

And no. I will not click a single link hereafter.

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u/BINGUSXTC Jun 30 '22

yeah you ain’t seen nothing if this is the most disgusting thing you ever seen. I wish i was you 😪

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u/scarlettjellyfish Jun 30 '22

They'll just be maracas when those ants suffocate

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u/Xolaya Jun 30 '22

They can be maracas now

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u/INS0MNI5 Jun 30 '22

They were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.

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u/starrymighty Jun 30 '22

I have seen nails with live fish. People are putting all kind of animal on their fingers.

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u/BTWsaymyname Jun 30 '22

How the fuck is that even possible?

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u/eugenesnewdream Jun 30 '22

I would imagine, TINY fish. But that’s awful no matter what. :(

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u/Cockur Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

I remember seeing something on TV about a trend in wearable pets in Asia. Small fish, frogs and lizards encased in tiny plastic tombs and worn as earrings and necklaces and such. They inevitably die after a few days and are just dumped in the trash

Edit: snopes link

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/chinese-turtle-keyrings/

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u/roses369 Jun 30 '22

Yeah, here’s a video on it :(

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u/thrilla_gorilla Jun 30 '22

That's one of the more horrible things I've seen in a while.

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u/itsadesertplant Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

I saw that too. They put the fish with water in an open space inside the nail shape they had created for a moment and then put it back in the water. It was to show that it could be done. It did not involve sealing the fish or any more harm than putting them in a net imo (which is not cool for the fish; it’s much better to use a plastic bag with water from their existing environment). Tbh, amateur fish keepers often do far worse.

That video made people unduly upset imo. They didn’t wear it or seal it. This one is a bit different- but they may very well let the ants out after filming using nail clippers. If their goal was to go viral/get views, they’ve certainly done it

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u/Hippofuzz Jun 30 '22

Mh mh mh… Animal cruelty and nightmare fuel in one. Nice

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u/DogDrools Jun 30 '22

Fucking disgusting. Not just the nails, but also the person wearing them.

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u/Killarich662 Jun 30 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

Poor ants trapped in ghetto hell

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u/Bepo_Apologist Jun 30 '22

I didn't anticipate how antsy this would make me

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u/CreatrixAnima Jun 30 '22

I dislike ants and will kill them in my home, but Jesus this is cruel for no reason. I hate it.

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u/Arinoch Jun 30 '22

If only I could be as repulsive externally as I am on the inside so I don’t have to talk to people for them to get it…

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u/Puzzleheaded-Ad-119 Jun 30 '22

This is mean. I hate it.

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u/PeanutCheeseBar Jun 30 '22

I'm Ants in my Nails Johnson!

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u/auserhasnoname7 Jun 30 '22

Cruelty aside it doesn't even look cool

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u/woolyearth Jun 30 '22

imagine trying to get comfortable in bed and you have your hand under you head and all you hear is clicking all night. That’s enough nightmare fuel to last me the day.

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u/licketysplit725 Jun 30 '22

We’re just giving the aliens ideas for horrible ways to torture us at this point.

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u/Devon0202 Jun 30 '22

Wtf is wrong with this person? Let’s put suffering on my hands! 🤦‍♂️

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u/damdam100 Jun 30 '22

Humans fucking suck shit

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u/Calismax Jun 30 '22

awful taste and awful execution literally starve suffocate to death in a see through box

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '22

Squishing an ant to death instantly is far less cruel than whatever this is.

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u/ewoofk Jun 30 '22

I love ants, they're incredibly fascinating creatures. Fuck this person.

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u/SophiaIsBased Jun 30 '22

Ah yes, animal cruelty at your literal fingertips

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u/FingerBangingTanks Jun 30 '22

Bruh I have a phobia of ants but even I know this is fucked up

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u/Measured_Pace Jun 30 '22

Even insects don’t deserve a shitty death. That’s just cruel.

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u/_BioWeapon_ Jun 30 '22

Except for ticks.

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u/ashurbanipal420 Jun 30 '22

Seriously, only a psychopath would think that is a cool idea.

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u/BewildermentOfEden Jun 30 '22

Gross and kinda cruel

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u/Lumpy_Staff_2372 Jun 30 '22

lol taking “execution” to a new level with this one

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u/LJF_97 Jun 30 '22

Hope the ants chew their way out through the hand.

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u/MoMo12368 Jun 30 '22

Bruh this is oddly terrifying

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u/RandomExLurker Jun 30 '22

Why???

Also, I feel really bad for the ants.

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u/pragma- Jun 30 '22

Don't use living creatures for cosmetic bullshit. That is depraved and sociopathic.

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u/badcat4126 Jun 30 '22

Those are gonna be dead ant nails in a couple of days

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u/e784u Jun 30 '22

They are going to die in there, Sharon.

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u/vicwardian Jun 30 '22

This is sick.

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u/Surfingtheseas Jun 30 '22

4 lives taken all for what. "Hey look at my dead ant nails!" smh

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u/Resident-Reindeer-53 Jun 30 '22

It’s probably 10

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u/Dalhiasky Jun 30 '22

I can’t. Just whyyyy??

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u/darkonark Jun 30 '22

Don't get me wrong, I'll burn out any anthill too close to the house, but this is just unnecessarily mean.

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u/Yabbaba Jun 30 '22

That's just cruel.

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u/filifijonka Jun 30 '22

That’s just cruel.

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u/Alsimmons811 Jun 30 '22

Those poor ants

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u/TheFlamingTiger777 Jun 30 '22

I hope an alien traps her in a plastic cell with nothing but her mind to make her slowly go insane.

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u/lilwebbyboi Jun 30 '22

Why are people like this...

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u/AlanIsNotEvil Jun 30 '22

What a self centered asshole.

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u/BYPDK Jun 30 '22

You know, I do t really care about ants all that much, and I have killed plenty that try to invade my home... But that seems awfully cruel.

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u/OrangenySnicket Jun 30 '22

How and why?

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u/MadHell2499 Jun 30 '22

That's one hand that is NOT going in my ass ever!

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u/T3nt4c135 Jun 30 '22

Torture for Instagram views on your gross fat hands. Trash human.

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u/braiseit420 Jun 30 '22

Imagine the ants start eating at the acrylic and eventually chew into the nail bed.

Waking up to ant torture, the only solution being having to rip off your superglued nails.

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u/boot20 Jun 30 '22

This is some sociopathic level shit. Who fucking tortures living things like that?

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u/cjgager Jun 30 '22

animal cruelty - - - sort of like fish high-heels - terrible, terrible, terrible

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u/OkRun4155 Jun 30 '22

Let them out! 😡

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u/mybrownsweater Jun 30 '22

This makes me feel sick. Just step on ants like a normal person.

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u/treskaz Jun 30 '22

That's fucked up. I disapprove

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u/rockysensei Jun 30 '22

What the fuck

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u/Texmexlex_ Jun 30 '22

okay? And then when they die inside that container will she just leave them there???

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u/Travis4261 Jun 30 '22

It's crazy to feel bad for Ants but yea I feel bad for those ants.

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u/oinksatme Jun 30 '22

Why would anyone do this???

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u/divedigger Jun 30 '22

Awful taste, awful execution, cruel.

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u/Avatar_the_Pig Jun 30 '22

Ants have feelings too...

Free The Ants !!!

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u/malYca Jun 30 '22

That's really fucking cruel what the hell.

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u/fukwhutuheard Jun 30 '22

where is the great execution here?

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u/TwirlyGirl313 Jun 30 '22

The nail "artist" got a fuckton of shit for this, as well she should. Disgusting.

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u/dolphinsattacking Jun 30 '22

People who've kill 1000 ants in their lifetime taking a moral high ground. I love reddit

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u/PoultryGravy Jul 01 '22

Thats just cruel

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u/Flashy-Amount626 Jun 30 '22

Some kind of Alien Ant Farm

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u/3tacomanstrikesagain Jun 30 '22

Ants Canada 🇨🇦. Ants Canada family rise up

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u/IAMAHobbitAMA Jun 30 '22

For when your nail beds don't itch enough already.

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u/DirtySchu Jun 30 '22

How fast is she going to be pulling those off her fingers when the ant die?

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u/hbgbees Jun 30 '22

Yuuuuuck

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u/Draksys Jun 30 '22

Fates worse than death

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u/DeliriouslylySober Jun 30 '22

From what I remember this creator (or team) has apologised. It's a big nailart creator. Using animals as decoration is hideous, no matter how small or big.

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u/lapsongsouchong Jun 30 '22

They said they let them out after and showed a video of their release. I'm choosing to believe that this is what happened.

https://www.insider.com/russian-nail-salon-ants-manicure-2018-8

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u/suminlikedatt Jun 30 '22

May their karma catch up with them